- Reviews: 1506
Hilton Tel Aviv: A home by the Mediterranean
MY colleagues selected the hotel and it was a good choice - although I only had a third floor room, I did have a good view of the sea and the nearby beach. As I am writing this I have the balcony door open and I am listening to the waves hitting the shore.
It seems very professional and the staff are excellent. I have also eaten dinner in the hotel and will have my first breakfast in the hotel this morning.
The hotel is busy, a good deal of security, there has been live music, there is a conference facility and ballroom. There is also a small shopping mall.
- Reviews: 1
The Diaghilev: Couldn't be better!
It's the nicest and friendliest hotel I ever stayed in whilst in Tel Aviv. Friendly staff, great rooms and great location. I would certainly recommend it, (actually, I already have), and this is where I will stay next time in Tel Aviv.
Arty and modern.
- Reviews: 1
diaghilev apartments: the best apartment in the best area in tel aviv
these apartments are huge. they are kept very clean. i saved a lot of money by not having to eat out everyday. there is a nice size refrig and 2 burners. we also used their hot plate every friday.
the bed was very comfortable. the bathroom was very big and roomy and very clean.
the people at the front desk are extremely nice and helpful. they will do anything to make your stay enjoyable.
the lobby had works of art which were very interesting.
there is a place in front of the building and in the back of the building where there are tables and chairs set up so that you can hang out and meet other people.
i am booking now to return in september 2011 for a month.
i would definitely recommend this place. i would rate this a 10 where 10 is the highest.
i really liked staying in an apartment with a huge terrace. it is almost like being home. there is a bedroom, living room, bathroom and kitchen. i like to stay in places that are roomy. i find hotel rooms to be too small and expensive.
- Reviews: 403
Momo's Hostel: Momo's Hostel
Very expensive place considering the facilities. Saying that there are very few alternative cheap options. Sky Hostel nearby is owned by the same people and has the same prices. The accomodation itself is not bad. The rooms and showers are clean and tidy. The staff at the front desk are also quite good. There is a tv room and a common room. Breakfast is included in the price.
- Reviews: 59
Melody Hotel, Atlas Hotels: Great location
This is a quite old and small hotel. We only stayed there for a day. Nothing went wrong. Breakfast is ok. The location is great. Walking distance to the sea-shore, the bar district, the center of town. Everything was very close by. We didn't pay for the room, so I don't know about room prices.
- Reviews: 9
Adelaide Hostel/Hotel: bed and breakfast
The Adelaide Hostel is highly recommended by Lonely Planet and Lets Go USA.The Adelaide Hostel has an excellent downtown location next to Union Square.The Adelaide has full private rooms(TV) and dorm style rooms.Guests get free Internet,free breakfast,free linens.There are no chores or curfew. Open 24 hours a day.
- Reviews: 1548
Hostels in Tel Aviv: Hostels in Tel Aviv
If you are a low budget tourist and you want a cheap accommodation during you stay on Tel Aviv you can search for hostels.
The best areas to search a cheap hostel are - Ben-Yehuda St , Alenbi St and Hayarkon St.
- Reviews: 1548
Sheraton City Tower: Sheraton City Tower
This is the hotel with the best view in ramat gan - located on the diamond center and it is a great hotel for business travelers.
A 170m high hotel , 47 floors while top floors are for luxurious residential usage.
- Reviews: 4
Sheraton Moriah: Sheraton Moriah
A beautiful beach view from many of the rooms of this standard Sheraton on the Tayellet on Hayarkon. The service is standard, room is blah, but the view...I'm staying on the 5th floor which allows me to get a great view of the beach and the ocean - it's dreamy at worst. There is no shortage of people watching from my low-floor room. The beds are very low and barely sleepable. It's an inexpensive way to stay on the beach compared to the other brand hotels in the area but still in the $150/night range for mid-end April.
The view. Breakfast is decent - the typical Israeli hotel spread. The room is clean. I have NO ALARM CLOCK in the room.
- Reviews: 5
Noa Hostel: Great hostel, also with job call-outs
Noa hostel is a great place for first time Isreal budget travelers. It is 10 min from the central busstation and only 5 min from the beach. Great atmosphere.
Job call-outs in the morning, for those of us who could do with a bit of extra cash during your trip.
Sort by: Most recent | Most helpful
Explore the World
- Green Acres Inn
- New Garden Hotel Shanghai
- Engleside Inn
- Napa Plaza Hotel
- Crystal Bay Resort Marathon
- The Beach Club
- The Gazebo Pensionne House
- Hunter Resort
- Hampton Inn Lexington - Historic District
- Moon Dance Cliffs
- Hyatt Regency Aruba Hotel
- Holiday Inn Hafr Al Batin
- Hotel Ansgar Copenhagen
- Dar Seffarine